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THE CONSTITUTION OF THE AMERICAN NATION‐STATE
A Nation‐State of Earth, Year 2013
We the People of the American Nation‐State, in Order to Effectively Serve the Greater Good,
establish Merciful Justice, insure Global Harmony, provide for the Common Defense, promote the
General Welfare, and secure Autonomous Virtue for ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and
establish this Constitution of the American Nation‐State.
And in so doing, the Citizens of the American Nation‐State will become self‐governing citizens of
earth, who cultivate and nurture the people within our diverse communities and tribes; in Order to
successfully execute an evolutionary structural system inclusive of the following strategies:
I. TOP‐DOWN strategy for financial responsibility.
a. budgets and guidelines, oversight and transparency, experimentation and innovation.
II. MIDDLE‐WAY strategy for enlightened leadership.
a. singular leader and two vice‐leaders, tribes and villages, and a values based constitution.
III. BOTTOM‐UP strategy for human resource cultivation.
a. psychographic diversity, physical proximity, anonymous/transparent committee systems.
Tribal Leaders Village Cultivators
Territorial Courts Taxation Courts
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The American Nation‐State may include disjointed geographic areas, and is comprised of American
Villages that will be based upon population size, as well as geographic boundaries. The American
Villages will then unify under a Township, and up to twelve townships will makeup a Community, and
up to twelve communities will makeup a Province. The Territories and Regions are assigned during
the Constitutional Convention by the U.S. President Elect. All future boundary adjustments for
Territories and Regions must be approved by an eighty‐percent majority of Congress (if a gridlock
persists for more than nine months, see arbitration process: Article1/Section1/Part4 /Sub3):
1. The American Nation‐State can have a maximum of 751,140,864 citizens
a. a max of 12 territories
b. a max of 2,985,984 regions
2. Each Territory can have a maximum of 62,595,072 members
a. a max of 12 regions
b. a max of 248,832 provinces
3. Each Region can have a maximum of 5,216,256 members
a. a max of 12 provinces
b. a max of 20,736 communities
4. Each Province can have a maximum of 442,368 members
a. a max of 12 communities
b. a max of 1,728 townships
5. Each Community can have a maximum of 36,864 members
a. a max of 12 townships
b. a max of 144 villages
6. Each Township can have a maximum of 3,072 members
a. a max of 12 Villages
b. each village can have a max of 256 members
c. there must be a minimum of four villages to form a community
i. with a minimum of 33 members in each village
7. Each Governmental Tribe can have a maximum of 144 members
8. Each Citizen may belong to a maximum of 13 governmental tribes and 13 govt committees
Max of 12
Max of 12
Max of 12
Dept of Interior
Tax Code Regs
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SECTION 1: Governmental Framework
I. All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the American Nation‐
State, which shall consist of a Senate and a House of Representatives.
II. The American Nation‐State will fund and utilize a Legislative Branch, an Executive Branch, and
a Judicial Branch; who are equally responsible for the regulation and oversight of the
following total quality management core:
i. Air Quality
ii. Water Quality
iii. Organic Food System
iv. Transportation Quality
v. Sustainable Energy Needs
vi. Green Sewage and Garbage Systems
vii. Military, Militia, Police, Fire, EMT, and Coroner Services
viii. Medicare & Medicaid Single Payer Health Plan for All Citizens
ix. A Social Capitalistic Central Bank for Interest Free Government Loans
x. Corporate Regulation and Oversight to Insure Humane Business Practices
III. Primary executive Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Prime Minister of the American
Nation‐State, whom shall have eight‐year terms, with no term and no age limitations.
i. The Prime Minister will choose VicePM1 and VicePM2; Vice Prime Ministers have
the same term and age limitations as an American Nation‐State Senator.
ii. The Primer Minister, the Vice Prime Minister‐One (Senate President), and the Vice
Prime Minister‐Two (House Speaker); must win the electoral college before being
confirmed and sworn into office.
iii. An American Nation State Vice Prime Minister must have been elected as a
Community Mayor before they can be chosen to become a Vice Prime Minister.
IV. The American Nation‐State will fund and utilize the Fiscal Party, the Social Party, and the
Independent Party; for the regulated nine‐month campaigning and election process to be
done every four years.
i. Each Party (the Fiscal Party, the Social Party, and the Independent Party) may have
no more than eighty‐five members, and no less than twenty‐one members, in the
House of Representatives.
ii. Each Party (the Fiscal Party, the Social Party, and the Independent Party) may have
no more than sixty‐percent, and no less than twenty‐percent, in the Senate.
iii. The Nation State Prime Minister dictates the campaign regulation rules and is the
final arbiter on all campaign disputes; with the Supreme Court approving or
disputing the PM’s final arbitration decision:
a. the Supreme Court can only approve the PM’s decision, or dispute it.
b. if disputed, the decision is made by a two‐thirds majority of the Senate.
‐ if a decision cannot be attained within five days, goes to the House.
‐ the Senate and PM immediately begin creating ten decision alternatives
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‐ the Prime Minister dictates three decision alternatives
‐ the Senate dictates seven decision alternatives
c. the House of Representatives decides with a fifty‐one percent majority.
‐ if a decision cannot be attained within twelve days, then a list of decision
options is handed down by the Senate, and goes to the group of duly
elected Community Mayors; whichever decision has the most votes, wins.
V. The American Nation‐State will fund and utilize a fair and regulated Elections system.
Elections are: compulsory, held every four Years, with voting periods being sixteen continuous
hours a day for a continuous seven days.
i. Once a vote is cast, and confirmed by the citizen who cast it, it cannot be recast.
ii. Elections are regulated by the Territorial High Courts, with transparent oversight by
the three branches of government.
iii. The right to vote cannot be taken away from any Citizen for any reason.
iv. A person convicted of treason can have their Citizenship revoked.
v. Election and campaigning processes are prescribed by the Prime Minister.
vi. The Congress shall assemble at least three times in every Year, and such Meetings
shall be on: the first Monday in February, the first Monday in June, and the first
Monday in October.
Dept of State
Dept of Justice
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Dept of Health &
Dept of Labor
Food & Drug
Dept of Interior
ICE, USBP, CBP
Civil Air Patrol
Air & Army
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SECTION 2: House of Representatives
i. The House of Representatives shall be chosen from the pool of Provincial Governors every
fourth Year by the People, and the Number of House Representatives shall not exceed two
hundred and fifty five (plus the Speaker/VicePM1); with each of the three parties (Fiscal Party,
Social Party, Independent Party) holding no more than eighty‐five seats (no less than twenty‐
one seats), and each House Representative having only one vote.
ii. Nine months before the appointed campaigning time period (every four years), twenty
percent of the House of Representatives shall be chosen at random from the entire group of
duly elected Provincial Governors. The Nation‐State Prime Minister prescribes the method of
random selection, and personally oversees the random choosing on an ensured and
authenticated videotaping process.
iii. A House Representative must not be older than the Social Security Full Retirement Age, have
attained the Age of thirty‐one Years, been seven Years a Citizen of the American Nation‐State,
and be a duly elected Provincial Governor.
iv. Representatives and direct Taxes shall be apportioned among the citizens of this American
Nation‐State, according to their respective Numbers, which shall be determined by adding to
the whole Number of verified citizens. The actual Census shall be made within every
subsequent Term of ten Years, in such Manner as the Prime Minister shall direct.
v. When vacancies happen in the Representation from any Territory, Region, Province,
Community, or Township, the Executive Authority thereof shall issue Writs of Election to fill
vi. The VicePM2 of the American Nation‐State shall be Speaker of the House of Representatives,
but shall have no Vote, unless they be equally divided.
vii. The House of Representatives shall choose their Tribal Leaders and Committee members; and
also a VicePM2 pro tempore, in the Absence of the VicePM2, and/or when VicePM1 shall
exercise the Office of Prime Minister of the American Nation‐State (thus making VicePM2,
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SECTION 3: The Senate
i. The Senate of the American Nation‐State shall be composed of duly elected Senators from
each Region, chosen by the Legislature thereof, for eight Years; and each Senator shall have
ii. If Vacancies happen by Resignation, or otherwise, during the Recess of the Legislature of any
Region, the Executive thereof may make temporary Appointments until the next Meeting of
the Legislature, which shall then fill such Vacancies.
iii. No Person shall be a Senator who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty‐five Years, been
nine Years a Citizen of the American Nation‐State, and be an inhabitant of that Region for the
preceding eight years (or have lived in that region for twenty years in total).
iv. The VicePM1 of the American Nation‐State shall be President of the Senate, and shall have no
Vote, unless they be equally divided.
v. The Senate shall choose their Tribal Leaders and Committee members, and also a Senate
President pro tempore, in the Absence of the VicePM2, and/or when VicePM2 shall exercise
the Office of Prime Minister of the American Nation‐State.
vi. The Senate shall have the sole Power to try all Impeachments. When the Prime Minister of
the American Nation‐State is tried, the Chief Justice shall preside: and no Person shall be
convicted without the Concurrence of eighty percent of the Senate.
vii. Judgment in Cases of Impeachment shall not extend further than to removal from Office, and
disqualification to hold and enjoy any Office of honor, Trust or Profit under the American
Nation‐State; but the Party convicted shall nevertheless be liable and subject to Indictment,
Trial, Judgment and Punishment, according to Law.
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SECTION 4: Congressional Rules
i. Each House shall be the Judge of the Elections, Returns and Qualifications of its own
Members, and an eighty percent Majority shall constitute a Quorum to do Business; but a
smaller Number may adjourn from day to day, and may be authorized to compel the
Attendance of absent Members, in such Manner, and under such Penalties as each House may
ii. Each House may determine the Rules of its Proceedings, punish its Members for disorderly
Behavior, and, with the Concurrence of eighty percent, expel a Member.
iii. Each House shall keep an ensured and authenticated public video Journal of its Proceedings,
and simultaneously publish the same, excepting such Parts as may in their Judgment require
iv. Neither House, during the Session of Congress, shall, without the Consent of the other,
adjourn for more than three days, nor to any other Place than that in which the two Houses
shall be sitting.
v. Each House Member must adhere to the spirit and intent of the constitution. A Member can
only be brought to question with a fifty‐one percent concurrence, and/or by the decree of the
Nation‐State Prime Minister. If a Member is proven to be guilty, by an eighty‐percent
concurrence of their house, then that member shall be tried for treason by the Supreme
Court; and if found guilty, the Nation‐State Prime Minister must determine the life or death
punishment (and if the punishment is death, then it must be done by the Nation‐State Prime
Minister’s own hand, and while looking into the eyes of the condemned on an ensured and
authenticated videotaping process).
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SECTION 6: Congressional Compensation
i. The Regional Senators and House Representatives shall receive a Compensation for their
Services, to be ascertained by Law, and paid out of the Treasury of the American Nation‐State;
but not to exceed the equivalent of $250K in 2013 dollars. They shall in all Cases, except
Treason, be privileged from Arrest during their Attendance at the Session of their respective
Houses, and in going to and returning from the same; and for any Speech or Debate in either
House, they shall not be questioned in any other Place.
ii. All Senators must be duly elected Regional Senators, and all House Representatives must be
chosen from the group of duly elected Provincial Governors. If a Provincial Governor is
elected, or randomly chosen, that Provincial Governorship is relinquished to VicePG1, and
VicePG2 becomes VicePG1; with the new Provincial Governor (Vice Provincial Governor One)
appointing a new Vice Provincial Governor Two. No Person holding any other Office under
the American Nation‐State, shall be a Member of either House during their Continuance in
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Simplified Summary of Above:
1) the Senate shall be made up of all the duly elected regional senators
2) the President of the Senate is the Vice Prime Minister One (VicePM1)
a. the President of the Senate shall have no vote lest they be equally divided
3) the Senate shall not exceed 143 regional senators
4) each Senator has only one vote
5) a Senatorial term is eight years, with no term limitations
6) no Senator may be ten years older than the full retirement age when running for election
7) a Senator must be thirty‐five years old, one year prior to election day
8) a Senator must be a Citizen for nine years, one year prior to election day
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FRAMEWORK
1) the House of Representatives shall be made up of duly elected provincial governors
2) the Speaker of the House of Representatives is the Vice Prime Minister Two (VicePM2)
a. the Speaker of the House shall have no vote lest they be equally divided
3) the House of Representatives shall not exceed 255 provincial governors
4) each House Representative has only one vote
5) a House Representative term is four years, with no term limitations
6) no House Representative may be older than the full retirement age when running for election
7) a House Representative must be thirty‐one years old, one year prior to election day
8) a House Representative must be a Citizen for seven years, one year prior to election day
PRIME MINISTER FRAMEWORK
1) the Prime Minister